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Haitian Immigrants, Fleeing Crisis, Converge at the US-Mexico Border

As Haiti's political crisis unravels, tens of thousands fleeing violence at home have camped out at the border community of Del Rio, Texas. Adolfo Flores, national security correspondent for immigration at BuzzFeed News, and Natalie Kitroeff, New York Times correspondent, bring go to Article >

VIDEO: Migrant caravan bulldoze Mexican National Guard; organizer says Biden admin's policies pulling illegal immigrants to US 'like cattle'

1 Day ago News Source: Theblaze.com

Several thousand migrants from Haiti, South America, and Central America are making their way north to the southern border of the United States. Mexican law enforcement attempted to utilize a roadblock to stop the massive migrant caravan in... read more

Texas, Missouri AGs Sue Biden Admin To Resume Border Wall Construction

3 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Texas, Missouri AGs Sue Biden Admin To Resume Border Wall Construction Authored by Isabel van Brugen via The Epoch Times, The attorneys general of Texas and Missouri teamed up to sue the Biden administration on Thursday, seeking to... read more

Customs and Border Protection nominee pledges to balance security and humanity

5 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

President Biden's nominee to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection faced tough questions from a Senate committee about how he would handle the southern border. Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus told senators on Tuesday that he would seek to... read more

Notorious Haitian Gang Demands $17 Million Ransom For Kidnapped Missionaries

6 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Notorious Haitian Gang Demands $17 Million Ransom For Kidnapped Missionaries A local gang that days ago kidnapped a group of 17 American and Canadian missionaries in Haiti, among them children, is demanding a $17 million ransom to... read more

'Mother of all caravans' reportedly heading for the US southern border

12 Days ago News Source: Theblaze.com

There will apparently be no reprieve for border agents at the U.S.-Mexico border as President Joe Biden's lenient immigration enforcement policies continue to attract unprecedented numbers of migrants seeking entry into the country. Roughly 1,500... read more

US Warns Mexico Of Massive, Ongoing Sewage Spill Into Rio Grande: '150 Million Gallons Since August'

24 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

US Warns Mexico Of Massive, Ongoing Sewage Spill Into Rio Grande: '150 Million Gallons Since August' A major pipe rupture on the American side of the US-Mexico border is sending millions of gallons per day of raw sewage into the Rio... read more

The Border Is Reopening At Del Rio After The U.S. Clears Migrant Camp

30 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

U.S. officials are reopening an international border crossing in southern Texas that had been closed for more than a week. The port of entry at Del Rio was closed after thousands of migrants set up camp below the international bridge crossing.... read more

US, Mexico to hold talks as thousands of Haitians gather near border

17 Days ago News Source: Nypost.com

In September, more than 30,000 Haitian illegal immigrants gathered at a squalid makeshift encampment near Del Rio, Texas, after crossing the border. read more

Haiti faces disasters and chaos. Its people are most likely to be denied U.S. asylum

9 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

Like thousands of Haitians, Gibbens Revolus, his wife, Lugrid, and their 2-year-old son, Diego, made the treacherous journey to the U.S.-México border from Chile and ended up under the international bridge in Del Río, Texas, last month. Photos... read more

Didn't Anyone See The 14,000 Haitians?

26 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Didn't Anyone See The 14,000 Haitians? Authored by Silvo Canto Jr via AmericanThinker.com, Last week, we had dinner with Mexican friends who said two things about the border crisis. First, they commented that Mexicans are sick and... read more